I work for a large engineering firm in Florida. Dress code here is VERY lax...the majority of engineers wear jeans and a casual shirt, you'll even occasionally see tee shirts and sandals. There's a few people who dress closer to true business causal, but they're mostly higher-level employees. You don't see any sort of suits or blazers AT ALL until you reach VP level. Or unless we're entertaining customers. And Florida is pretty warm. Summer here basically lasts from March - October. Being that I sweat somewhat more than your average joe (or at least it feels like it), I'm looking for help on keeping cool while increasing style. I've always been a brand-junkie, a stylistic novice - evolving from Old Navy/Abercrombie/American Eagle when I was younger to Banana/JCrew (still like their style - it's much nicer than what I've ever bought before). I'm much more interested in classic than trendy. So...I need recommendations on what would look classy, doesn't involve suits/blazers (I'd look very out of place, esp. considering I'm the low man on the totem pole)? At the moment, I'll wear anything from jeans and sneaks all the way to dress pants/shoes/shirt without a tie. Dave P.S. I have a couple pairs of linen pants and a few linen shirts...love them in the hot weather. Question though: should I iron them after every wear/wash?